Input Sought For VMG-SPVS CPD Programme
Online survey open until 31 August 2019
The Veterinary Management Group (VMG) and the Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) are seeking input from individuals working in practice to help them develop a CPD programme for 2020 which will raise standards of leadership and management across the sector.
The two associations, which run a joint CPD programme and annual congress, have created a short online survey to canvas opinion as to key priorities for learning and development.
Mr Rich Casey, Junior Vice President of the VMG, said: “From marketing to HR to financial planning and all points in between, today’s veterinary leaders require expertise in every aspect of running a successful business.
“We want to create a truly valuable, constructive and evidence-based CPD calendar for next year. Views from those working in the profession will help us to fully understand what good leadership and management look like in the veterinary world and we will then make sure that the programme promotes best practice in these important areas. We thank everyone who takes the time to complete the survey.”
The survey can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VETCPDPR
Notes to editors:
The VMG represents and supports veterinary professionals in leadership or management roles. Offering a range of resources for professional and personal development, it is a collaborative community within which veterinary leaders can share experience, build relationships and work together to advance their practices and the wider profession.
SPVS is a not-for-profit organisation for professionals within the veterinary industry. It promotes responsible leadership by providing tools and resources that enable members to develop and expand their business and leadership skills
For further information:
Rebecca George, George PR
Tel: 01449 737281/07974 161108
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